The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) offered through The University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) is a degree focusing on sustainable and responsible development, including emphasis on: public/private partnerships; transit-oriented development; sustainable and healthy cities. The MRED program is ideal for professionals interested in better understanding the real estate industry as a whole, as well as those who are or intend to be real estate developers and industry leaders. The MRED program gives students the opportunity to:
The MRED program is based in CAPLA in collaboration with the Responsible Property Investing Center, Institute of the Environment, and Institute of Place and Wellbeing.
The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning is located within the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA), a national leader in sustainable design, planning, and management. As a professional college, CAPLA’s Core Mission and strength is training architects, landscape architects, urban planners, and real estate development professionals to work effectively within a challenging array of social, economic, and environmental conditions.
Students applying to the program must meet University of Arizona Graduate College admissions standards.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required to apply.
Financial aid is available to qualified students based on the program, merit and financial need. Many of our students receive some form of financial aid excluding loans.
Most students enter the program in the Fall semester, although we accept applications throughout the year and can admit students for the Spring semester.
Domestic Applicants (US Citizen, Permanent Resident of the US at time of application, or hold Refugee, Asylee, or Jay Treaty status):
International Applicants (all those who do not meet conditions of Domestic Applicant):
(example: Applicants for Fall 2020; Completed applications should be submitted by March 31.)
** Applications are considered for admission on a rolling basis. We will continue to review completed applications for terms even after the Preferred Selection deadline has passed. NOTE: International applicants may still be reviewed for admissions, but may not receive Immigration documentation in time to complete travel requirements.
Please visit the program website for additional program requirements and to see the curriculum.